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Nadal lost to Sisipas and stopped in the final eight of the Australian Open men’s singles.

Nadal lost to Sisipas and stopped in the final eight of the Australian Open men's singles.

February 17th, local time, Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal lost to Greece’s Sisipas in the 2021 Australian Open men’s singles quarterfinals after four hours of fierce battle, and was eliminated, stopping in the final eight of the 2021 Australian Open men’s singles.

Nadal took the lead in the first set 6-3, and Nadal took 6-2 in the second set and then the next set, leading Sisipas 2-0 overall.

In the third set, the score of the two sides rose alternately, and finally entered the seventh game.

Sisipas won in the seventh game and recovered one set. Sisipas won again in the fourth set, equalizing the total score. In the fifth set of the decisive game, each side kept their serve.

In the key 10th inning, Sisipas completed the break, and finally won the decisive set and eliminated Nadal 3-2 on the total score.

Nadal missed the final four of the Australian Open and failed to win his 21st career Grand Slam championship in this Australian Open.

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